Internet Archaeology is very pleased to announce the publication of
The palaeochannel record in the Trent Valley UK: contributions
towards cultural heritage management
by Steve Baker (ARCUS)
The article discusses the results of a catchment-scale survey of the Trent
Valley, one of Britain's major river systems, which has produced a rich and
varied palaeochannel record. The article is supported by an online GIS
allowing users to view the collected data against the backdrop of OS tile
data or aerial photographs, which has therefore placed an important body of
data within the cultural resource management framework for the first time.
The article and underlying interactive mapping has been published with
financial assistance from the English Heritage Aggregates Levy
Sustainability Fund (ALSF), and coincides with the release of the related
digital archive hosted by the Archaeology Data Service.
Editor, Internet Archaeology